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Headcount at the Irish subsidiary reached 1,232 at the end of last year. Photograph: iStock

The Irish arm of online recruitment platform Indeed fell into the red last year after a significant slump in revenues due to the Covid crisis. Indeed(...)

Full-year revenues for Indeed Ireland rose 43%  in 2019 from €529m to €756.9m

Online recruiter Indeed is proceeding with plans to create another 600 jobs by 2024 in Ireland despite the Covid crisis. The company, which already e(...)

Indeed’s St Stephens Green office is opposite the Luas stop. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Online recruiter Indeed, which has just opened a second building at its new Capital Docks headquarters in the Dublin docklands, is to renew a long-ter(...)

Irish gymnast Rhys McClenaghan at the Indeed jobs announcement on Wednesday, which was made by chief executive Chris Hyams at the company’s new Capital Dock HQ in Dunlin’s docklands

Online recruiter Indeed is to create 600 new jobs in Dublin over the next five years in a move that will bring the total number of employees it has lo(...)

President of Indeed Chris Hyams on the rooftop of the company’s new Dublin offices close to Grand Canal Basin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Online recruiter Indeed, which employs more than 900 people locally, recorded a 66 per cent increase in revenues at its Irish arm last year as turnove(...)

A pedestrian walks under the logo of Recruit Holdings in front of its headquarters building in Tokyo

Glassdoor, an online job hunting service that has its European headquarters in Dublin, has said it is “business as usual” for the Irish subsidiary, af(...)

Indeed: The online recruiter recently completed its move to new offices on St Stephen’s Green

Online recruiter Indeed channelled more than €200 million in revenue through its Irish-based business last year. Newly filed accounts for Indeed Ire(...)

Indeed President Chris Hyams, Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA, Vice President Sales EMEA Gerard Murnaghan. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Recruitment website Indeed is set to almost double headcount at its European headquarters in Dublin by taking on an additional 500 staff over the next(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Indeed employees at the announcement that the company was to create 300 new jobs in November 2015. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Jobs advertisement website Indeed, which announced plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Ireland late last year, recorded an 83 per c(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Indeed employees at the announcement that the company is to create 300 new jobs. Picture Jason Clarke

Recruitment website Indeed is to more than double the size of its workforce in Ireland with the creation of 300 new jobs in Dublin over the next two y(...)